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North Carolina Top 80 Evaluations: Team 6

Team 6 Coach: Jared Grady #6: 5’11 ’25 Rodmik Allen (New Hanover) Starting things off, we look at a player who quietly stood out as one of the top floor generals on display, Rodmik Allen. He’s a smart, tough point guard prospect with excellent quickness and playmaking instincts. Allen scored the ball at a healthy rate from all levels but consistently looked to get downhill, touch the paint, and...

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Caden Bell and CJ Alston: The Top Unsigned Backcourt Duo in North Carolina?

Each year, there are various players whose recruitment doesn’t necessarily match their ability. This theme has become even more common since the uptick in transfers, coaching changes, and extra years of eligibility at the college level. However, it’s still frustrating to see scholarship-level kids perform and see no real traction from college coaches. Take Caden Bell and CJ Alston for example....

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Five Noteworthy Standouts at Phenom Summer Havoc

6’3 ’24 Peter Moye (BSA Supreme) Everyone knows BSA Supreme is an absolute machine, but it feels like Moye doesn’t receive enough attention from the general masses. Though somewhat unassuming at first glance, he’s a legitimate problem for opponents. Moye is a smart, tough, extremely well-rounded wing prospect that can truly do everything on the court. Whether running the offense as a primary...

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Player Standouts at Phenom Team Camp

6’7 ’24 Maurio Hanson (Chambers) Although it should be apparent to anyone who follows this team, Maurio Hanson looks more than prepared to assert himself as the undisputed leader for Chambers. Folks already know about his polish as a strong, physical low-post player (which was evident here), but the big man also found ways to stand out as a playmaker in this showing. He got to his left whenever...

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Phenom Hoops LIVE Recap: Team Trezz has talent to be found

Just because the LIVE period is over in April, doesn’t mean that Phenom Hoops is stopping their coverage, as we are bringing you a ton of post-event coverage as well throughout the coming weeks.  Let’s dive into a few players and teams that we saw at the event, as we shed light on players that performed well throughout. Team Trezz Team Trezz 2025 2025 6’3 Jiyoun Williams – The 6’3 prospect...

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Standout Performers at Phenom Hoops LIVE (Part Three)

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops traveled to the Convention Center in Raleigh, North Carolina for the second LIVE period of the travel ball season. Between the competition, college coaches, and talented prospects at every turn, there was plenty to enjoy. This article will take a closer look at some players who stood out with their play… 6’5 ’24 Carlos Vazquez (Team Loaded 336) Given how much he...

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NCISAA Championship Previews

After a season full of anticipation, the wait is finally over. We’ve reached playoff time after the first (somewhat) normal season since everything crashed due to covid. Between teams playing full schedules and the decreasing amount of general hysteria throughout the country, folks clearly wanted basketball to return. While some restrictions (masks, testing, etc.) still remain in place, this...

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Wayne Country Day vs Greenfield

The stage was set for the NCISAA Coastal Plain Conference Championship. Wayne Country Day (20-2) hosted Greenfield (11-4) for the conference title on Friday night in Goldsboro. It’s never easy to beat a team three times in a single season. So you knew it was going to be a battle all night. Columbia signee, Jaden Cooper started the game off with a drive and a basket. Wayne Country Day...

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Greenfield School vs Wilson Prep

On Saturday, Phenom Hoops travelled to Wilson, North Carolina to watch the rematch between Greenfield School and Wilson Preparatory Academy. On Thursday, Greenfield won at home 62-61 in their first meeting. That was Wilson Prep’s first game of the season. Two days later, the return game was held at Wilson Prep. In a high scoring first quarter, Aaron Murphy and Tychaun Clay led the way for...

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Special K’s Hoops Take: Early Standouts (Day 1)

Chas Stinson 6’3 Chas Stinson of QCAA 17U  has played well so far today showing that he can be a very effective three-level scorer. Really attacked the basket well and finished around the rim consistently. Showed that he is a really efficient shooter off the catch. Uses his quickness to be active on defense and pressure the ball. His stock will continue to rise! 6’8 Peyton Gerald of QCAA 17U is...

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